October 2014

It’s 5 O’clock Somewhere: How to Avoid the After Work Happy Hour

It’s 5 O’clock Somewhere: How to Avoid the After Work Happy Hour

Living Like You offers some tips for people living with MS to get out of the dreaded after work happy hour.

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Dress for Success Whilst Dressing for MS: Four Dos of Workplace Fashion

Dress for Success Whilst Dressing for MS: Four Dos of Workplace Fashion

Multiple Sclerosis doesn’t have to compromise your sense of fashion. Living Like You offers fashion tips for the workplace for people living with MS.

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Jamie Takes the 7-Day Challenge!

Jamie Takes the 7-Day Challenge!

Although each day in Jamie’s life with Multiple Sclerosis is unpredictable, she still completed the 7-Day Challenge to Live Like You. Read about the week she spent tracking her activities.

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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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Jamie Tripp Utitus
Decision Time: How to Prepare for the Treatment Conversation

Decision Time: How to Prepare for the Treatment Conversation

All Multiple Sclerosis treatments have different pros and cons, and not all of them may be suited to you. Here are some tips to discuss treatment options with your doctor.

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Waking Up

Waking Up

Fatigue is a common symptom for people living with MS. Living Like You blogger, Declan Groeger, talks about his morning routine and why staying in bed is not an option.

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Declan Groeger
How to Look Refreshed When You Feel Like Crap

How to Look Refreshed When You Feel Like Crap

Looking good when you feel bad can be a challenge especially when living with Multiple Sclerosis. Here are six ways to make you look good and feel even better.

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Goodbye Running - Giving Up Something I Loved Thanks to My MS

Goodbye Running - Giving Up Something I Loved Thanks to My MS

Living Like You blogger, Jamie, discusses how her Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis forced her to give up running and how losing something she loved, helped her gain something unexpected.

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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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